Councillor Neil Ross

Morningside ward

Councillor Neil Ross


Neil represents the Morningside ward, which covers Braid Hills, Bruntsfield, Comiston, Greenbank, Marchmont, Merchiston, Morningside, Polwarth and Viewforth.

He sits on the Finance and Resources Committee and the Licensing Sub-Committee. He also chairs the Regulatory Committee.

After five years of service to his community, Neil was re-elected with a fresh commitment to: 

  • Continue to work hard for the whole of Morningside Ward,  
  • Listen to local people and stand up for them, and
  • Keep in touch all year round through the Citizen and my regular email newsletters.

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The latest updates from your local Scottish Liberal Democrat team and Cllr Neil Ross
Revised Option 3 map showing a two directional bike lane up Braid Avenue

Changes to the Greenbank / Meadows Quiet Route

The Council decided last week to make changes to the Greenbank/Meadows cycle route to remove three modal filters from the Braid Estate and introduce segregated cycle lanes on Braid Avenue and Hermitage Drive plus a new modal filter on Clinton Road.

11 Mar 2024

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